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Man's Kente Cloth

Adoption Number: 1983A194

Ghanaian, 20th century

Kente cloths are a speciality of the Ashanti and other tribes of Southern Ghana. Originally the preserve of members of the Ashanti royal families, Kente cloths are still made and worn as traditional dress throughout modern-day Ghana.

Suggested donation: £25.00

Man's Kente Cloth

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